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skydemon_on_linux_ubuntu [28.04.2013 10:32]
Pascal Suter
skydemon_on_linux_ubuntu [28.04.2013 10:51] (current)
Pascal Suter
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   - Install winetricks and wine <​code>​sudo apt-get install winetricks</​code>​ (this will also install wine as a dependancy)   - Install winetricks and wine <​code>​sudo apt-get install winetricks</​code>​ (this will also install wine as a dependancy)
   - even though the above command installed winetricks, replace it with the newest version as download url's might have changed etc: <​code>​sudo wget http://​winetricks.googlecode.com/​svn/​trunk/​src/​winetricks -O /​usr/​bin/​winetricks</​code>​   - even though the above command installed winetricks, replace it with the newest version as download url's might have changed etc: <​code>​sudo wget http://​winetricks.googlecode.com/​svn/​trunk/​src/​winetricks -O /​usr/​bin/​winetricks</​code>​
 +  - if you are running a **64bit Ubuntu version** you must install the 32bit libraries needed to run wine in 32bit mode first: <​code>​cd /tmp/
 +wget https://​raw.github.com/​spaetzlecode/​getlibs/​master/​getlibs
 +sudo chown root:root getlibs
 +sudo chmod +x getlibs
 +sudo mv -n getlibs /​usr/​local/​bin
 +sudo /​usr/​local/​bin/​getlibs -p gnome-keyring:​i386
 +sudo mkdir -p /​usr/​lib/​i386-linux-gnu/​pkcs11/ ​
 +sudo ln -s /​usr/​lib32/​i386-linux-gnu/​pkcs11/​gnome-keyring-pkcs11.so /​usr/​lib/​i386-linux-gnu/​pkcs11/​gnome-keyring-pkcs11.so
 +</​code>​
   - if you are running a **64bit Linux**, create a wine 32 bit prefix. i had some problems when i created a second prefix with 32bit.. since i don't need a 64 bit prefix anyway, i simply delted my .wine directory first <​code>​rm -rf /​home/​username/​.wine</​code>,​ and then recreated a 32bit prefix in .wine. (don't copy/paste, replace username with your user home directory name and use a direcotry other than .wine if .wine still exists and you want to keep your 64bit prefix. the directory must not exist yet!): <​code>​WINEPREFIX='/​home/​username/​.wine'​ WINEARCH='​win32'​ wine '​wineboot'</​code> ​   - if you are running a **64bit Linux**, create a wine 32 bit prefix. i had some problems when i created a second prefix with 32bit.. since i don't need a 64 bit prefix anyway, i simply delted my .wine directory first <​code>​rm -rf /​home/​username/​.wine</​code>,​ and then recreated a 32bit prefix in .wine. (don't copy/paste, replace username with your user home directory name and use a direcotry other than .wine if .wine still exists and you want to keep your 64bit prefix. the directory must not exist yet!): <​code>​WINEPREFIX='/​home/​username/​.wine'​ WINEARCH='​win32'​ wine '​wineboot'</​code> ​
   - run <​code>​winecfg</​code>​ and simply click OK when it pops up   - run <​code>​winecfg</​code>​ and simply click OK when it pops up
   - run <​code>​winetricks dotnet30sp1</​code>​ and follow the instructions (download the dotnet stuff and copy it to the folder they say.    - run <​code>​winetricks dotnet30sp1</​code>​ and follow the instructions (download the dotnet stuff and copy it to the folder they say. 
-  - now re-run the command <​code>​winetricks dotnet30sp1</​code>​ which will now install dotnet 2.0. it will then try to download ​dotnetfx3.exe which it could not find in my case.. i went to the microsoft downlaod center, searched ​for dotnetfx3.exe and downloaded the lates version (by release date). i then copied and renamed it (as it was called dotnetfx3setup.exe) to the foder winetricks created as one of the last steps in its output: ​<​code>​cp Downloads/​dotnetfx3setup.exe /​home/​username/​.cache/​winetricks/dotnet30/</​code>​ +  - now re-run the command <​code>​winetricks dotnet30sp1</​code>​ which will now install dotnet 2.0. it will then ask you to download ​yet another file and place it in a folder it created ​for youdo just that and re-run ​<​code>​winetricks ​dotnet30sp1</​code>​
-  - the installer will first install some stuff and then **fail**, don't freak out! just keep on going :) +
   - run <​code>​winetricks gdiplus</​code>​   - run <​code>​winetricks gdiplus</​code>​
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